Among the many roles written for him, Daniel Belcher premiered the role of Brian Castner in Jeremy Howard Beck’s The Long Walk with Opera Saratoga and reprised the role with Utah Opera last spring. Belcher discusses what it was like developing this character and others for the first time, as well as where he sees opera going and why being true to yourself is really the most important thing of all.
Read about the third edition of a popular book
that explores what every singer needs to know about Body Mapping.
What kind of an impact does diet have on a singer? It may be more than you realize. Have a look at the provided nutritional suggestions for cultivating the optimal vocal athlete.
Creating an opera career is a long, unpredictable, and often bumpy road. Find suggestions for lucrative side hustles that can keep you afloat through the journey.
New York City’s Encompass New Opera Theatre has been championing new works and singers for over four decades. Read their remarkable story in this interview with the company’s Artistic Director Nancy Rhodes.
More women than men pursue opera careers, and yet fewer roles exist for women than men in the bulk of the operatic repertoire. So, can women get a fair shot in this industry? We begin to take a look at these issues in part one of this series.
A new opera showcases the struggles one soldier faces after returning home from many tours in Iraq. Read about one singer’s eye-opening experience watching the production at Utah Opera last spring as another production sets to open at Pittsburgh Opera in January.
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